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14:50 Thursday 04 April 2019

BETWAY BOWL CHASE (Grade 1) (1)

Distance : 3m 210y
Prize : £112,260 Age : 5yo+ Race Type : Chase Going : Gd/Sft
Race Type : Chase
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Pos Pos Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 1 R. Walsh silk 5. KEMBOY (FR) 5. KEMBOY (FR) <
170+
> +6 148 R. Walsh 7 11-7 9/43.25f 9/43.25f
R. Walsh silk bg VOIX DU NORD (FR) - VITORA (FR) VICTORY NOTE (USA) J: R. Walsh
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
W. P. Mullins, Ireland
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put his Gold Cup blip immediately behind him, avoiding the sort of hard race others had endured at Cheltenham due to his early departure there but, more significantly, setting himself apart in terms of ability, revealing that bit more each time he's made the track during a sequence of 5 successive wins when completing that has thrust him unerringly into the upper echelons, jumping issues that had held him back on both previous visits to chases on these shores erased from memory; soon in front, controlling matters, he jumped best (if slightly to the right) and was still going powerfully as it took shape from 2 out, sprinting away on the flat in a style rarely seen in the staying chase ranks, undeniably impressive dominance for all he'd had the run of things; there wasn't much between him and stablemate Al Boum Photo in the market on the off in the Gold Cup, and that near-parity can't help but be reflected in their ratings after the 2 major spring festivals, the pair still mere 7-y-os and in the very best hands to boot, an ominous sign for the largely older, less progressive crowd outside Mullins' yard, though the addition of RSA 1-2 Topofthegame and Santini - not to mention the following day's Grade 1 novice winner Lostintranslation - into the mix next season suggests they won't have it all their own way, 2019/20 a potentially stellar one in the staying division.
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2 2 Harry Cobden silk 9 3. CLAN DES OBEAUX (FR) 3. CLAN DES OBEAUX (FR) -3 <
162?
140 Harry Cobden 7 11-7 11/43.75 11/43.75
Harry Cobden silk bg KAPGARDE (FR) - NAUSICAA DES OBEAUX (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: Harry Cobden
T: Paul Nicholls
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
Paul Nicholls
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has seen his rise halted at the spring festivals but excuses haven't been too hard to find, with the effects of a Gold Cup that stretched his stamina probably partly to blame for this rather underwhelming bid at redemption in the face of a more suitable test, also leaving the impression a truer gallop would have shown him to better advantage; there are holes to be picked in his King George success, but he'd also shaped like a top-class operator for most of the Gold Cup and, in coming under pressure early in the straight (before the others in the frame) 3 weeks on, he gave the impression he wasn't at the top of his game, even wandering for good measure under firmer handling between 3 out and 2 out, testament to his resolution that he was able to take advantage of the mistake of Balko des Flos to get past that rival for a remote second.
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3 3 Rachael Blackmore silk hd 1. BALKO DES FLOS (FR) 1. BALKO DES FLOS (FR) -20 <
162+
140 Rachael Blackmore 8 11-7 20/121 20/121
Rachael Blackmore silk chg BALKO (FR) - ROYALE MARIE (FR) GARDE ROYALE J: Rachael Blackmore
T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
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revived 3 weeks later than might have been expected, a return to the Ryanair doing little to stimulate him but this tactical affair over further prompting a season's best, cost second by a blunder at the last after he'd kept tabs on Kemboy for longest as the race developed in the straight, 2 lengths clear of Clan des Obeaux and keeping on fine at the time of his error; it remains to be seen whether this proves a false dawn, however.
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4 4 Daryl Jacob silk 1 2. BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) 2. BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) +2 <
161?
139 Daryl Jacob 8 11-7 7/24.5 7/24.5
Daryl Jacob silk grg SADDLER MAKER (IRE) - LA BOLE NIGHT (FR) APRIL NIGHT (FR) J: Daryl Jacob
T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Nigel Twiston-Davies
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found standards slipping again after a Gold Cup performance that had perhaps suggested he'd turned over a new leaf for good, like Clan des Obeaux probably unsuited by the relative emphasis on speed just 3 weeks after a hard race, though his jumping flaws also resurfaced (hit seventh and 4 out), decidedly one paced when speed was required on the run from 2 out, as though Cheltenham had indeed taken the edge off him; on the plus side, he'll be fresh again when bidding to become the first horse to win 3 successive Betfair Chases in the autumn.
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5 5 Sean Flanagan silk 5 6. ROAD TO RESPECT (IRE) 6. ROAD TO RESPECT (IRE) +7 <
157+
135 Sean Flanagan 8 11-7 9/25.5 9/25.5
Sean Flanagan silk chg GAMUT (IRE) - LORA LADY (IRE) LORD AMERICO J: Sean Flanagan
T: Noel Meade, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 11-7
Noel Meade, Ireland
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was found wanting (not for the first time) back over a staying trip but was probably undone by more than a test that stretched his stamina, shaken up to keep tabs even before the pace lifted and soon flattening out following a brief surge around the field into a threatening position 2 out, as much as any leaving the impression this came too soon after a hard race at Cheltenham.
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6 6 Tom O'Brien silk 40 4. ELEGANT ESCAPE (IRE) 4. ELEGANT ESCAPE (IRE) +24 <
122
100 Tom O'Brien 7 11-7 10/111 10/111
Tom O'Brien silk bg DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) - GRAINEUAILE (IRE) ORCHESTRA J: Tom O'Brien
T: Colin Tizzard
Age: 7 Wgt: 11-7
Colin Tizzard
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regularly takes some driving but was particularly lacklustre 3 weeks on from the Gold Cup, baulked at the first, making mistakes after and never going well from the fourth, labouring badly before 4 out; his yard hasn't had quite the season that might have been expected, Elegant Escape one of the success stories but perhaps over the top by now.
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All 6 ran. Fences: 19. Race Distance Adjustment: +95 yds

Winning Owner: Supreme Racing/Brett Graham/Ken Sharp

Time: 6m 35.2s Closing Sectional: (3.15f): 46.30s (107.8%)

Minor roles in either the Ryanair or Gold Cup were the best this field could boast from Cheltenham yet from it emerged a relative youngster with a valid claim to top spot in the staying division, Kemboy's jumping letting him down at Cheltenham but giving him the edge in this as he produced a performance right up there with what it had taken his stablemate Al Boum Photo to land the latter prize, Mullins going from seeking a first Gold Cup win to trainer of arguably the 2 premier horses on the staying chase scene within 3 weeks; the winner had the advantage of dictating a modest pace, best placed to strike as it finally developed 2 out, but his dominance was such that he'd almost certainly have prevailed with comfort under any tactical circumstances.

KEMBOY (FR) put his Gold Cup blip immediately behind him, avoiding the sort of hard race others had endured at Cheltenham due to his early departure there but, more significantly, setting himself apart in terms of ability, revealing that bit more each time he's made the track during a sequence of 5 successive wins when completing that has thrust him unerringly into the upper echelons, jumping issues that had held him back on both previous visits to chases on these shores erased from memory; soon in front, controlling matters, he jumped best (if slightly to the right) and was still going powerfully as it took shape from 2 out, sprinting away on the flat in a style rarely seen in the staying chase ranks, undeniably impressive dominance for all he'd had the run of things; there wasn't much between him and stablemate Al Boum Photo in the market on the off in the Gold Cup, and that near-parity can't help but be reflected in their ratings after the 2 major spring festivals, the pair still mere 7-y-os and in the very best hands to boot, an ominous sign for the largely older, less progressive crowd outside Mullins' yard, though the addition of RSA 1-2 Topofthegame and Santini - not to mention the following day's Grade 1 novice winner Lostintranslation - into the mix next season suggests they won't have it all their own way, 2019/20 a potentially stellar one in the staying division.

CLAN DES OBEAUX (FR) has seen his rise halted at the spring festivals but excuses haven't been too hard to find, with the effects of a Gold Cup that stretched his stamina probably partly to blame for this rather underwhelming bid at redemption in the face of a more suitable test, also leaving the impression a truer gallop would have shown him to better advantage; there are holes to be picked in his King George success, but he'd also shaped like a top-class operator for most of the Gold Cup and, in coming under pressure early in the straight (before the others in the frame) 3 weeks on, he gave the impression he wasn't at the top of his game, even wandering for good measure under firmer handling between 3 out and 2 out, testament to his resolution that he was able to take advantage of the mistake of Balko des Flos to get past that rival for a remote second.

BALKO DES FLOS (FR) revived 3 weeks later than might have been expected, a return to the Ryanair doing little to stimulate him but this tactical affair over further prompting a season's best, cost second by a blunder at the last after he'd kept tabs on Kemboy for longest as the race developed in the straight, 2 lengths clear of Clan des Obeaux and keeping on fine at the time of his error; it remains to be seen whether this proves a false dawn, however.

BRISTOL DE MAI (FR) found standards slipping again after a Gold Cup performance that had perhaps suggested he'd turned over a new leaf for good, like Clan des Obeaux probably unsuited by the relative emphasis on speed just 3 weeks after a hard race, though his jumping flaws also resurfaced (hit seventh and 4 out), decidedly one paced when speed was required on the run from 2 out, as though Cheltenham had indeed taken the edge off him; on the plus side, he'll be fresh again when bidding to become the first horse to win 3 successive Betfair Chases in the autumn.

ROAD TO RESPECT (IRE) was found wanting (not for the first time) back over a staying trip but was probably undone by more than a test that stretched his stamina, shaken up to keep tabs even before the pace lifted and soon flattening out following a brief surge around the field into a threatening position 2 out, as much as any leaving the impression this came too soon after a hard race at Cheltenham.

ELEGANT ESCAPE (IRE) regularly takes some driving but was particularly lacklustre 3 weeks on from the Gold Cup, baulked at the first, making mistakes after and never going well from the fourth, labouring badly before 4 out; his yard hasn't had quite the season that might have been expected, Elegant Escape one of the success stories but perhaps over the top by now.